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Kuwait City ranks Arab’s most heat-prone capital

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Kuwait City ranked as the Arab World’s most prone capital to heat, with an average temperature of 45 degrees Celsius during summer and a maximum of 51 degrees. It is followed by Baghdad (44 and 50), Riyadh (43 and 49), Abu Dhabi (42 and 47), and Doha (41 and 47), according to a recent analytical report by the CSRGULF.

Khartoum ranked sixth with an average temperature of 41 degrees and 44 degrees maximum, then Manama (38 and 45), followed by Muscat (37 and 46), Damascus (36 and 44), and Cairo (36 and 43). Nouakchott ranked eleventh, with an average temperature of 36 degrees and a maximum of 40, followed by Tripoli (35 and 45), Mogadishu (34 and 36), Tunis (33 and 44), and Amman (32 and 39).

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Sanaa ranked in the 16th place with an average temperature of 31 degrees and a maximum of 36, followed by Ramallah (30 and 31), Algeria (29 and 40), Beirut (28 and 34), Rabat (28 and 31) and Moroni, the capital of the Comoros, which came in last place with an average temperature of 28 and 30 max.

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